Piping Rock Holy Basil Review

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Reviewed here is a product called Piping Rock Holy Basil. The main component of this product is an herb called Holy Basil. Holy Basil has long been used in India—where it is called “Tulsi”—as medicine, food, and for religious ceremonies, mostly in the Ayurvedic tradition. In Ayurveda, yogis and sages prepare for meditation with a tonic of Holy basil, which brings calm and blissfulness. Holy basil has a long list of health benefits, including helping the stress response by supporting Cortisol regulation, promoting vitality and immune function, increasing strength and stamina, bringing mental clarity and calm, and providing rich antioxidants. Today, Tulsi can be found growing in every home, either in a pot inside or outside in the garden, where it is consumed as a delicious tea.

With the goal of learning more about the product and informing your product selection process, independent research was conducted on Piping Rock Holy Basil. It is important to help put this product in context of the vast array of herbal supplements available, many of which are sold by companies more interested in profit than their product’s effectiveness. Please read the results below discover if Piping Rock Holy Basil is appropriate for you.

Ingredients

Piping Rock Holy Basil contains the following ingredients:

  • A proprietary mix (800 mg.) of Tulsi
  • Capsules include gelatin, rice powder, magnesium stearate (vegetable), and silica.

It should be noted that this product is not considered medication, but rather a health supplement. This product is neither vegetarian nor vegan.

Dosage

Adult consumers are instructed to take two capsules, twice daily, with meals. The manufacturer has not listed any side effects, but instructs users to contact their doctor if they experience any reactions—allergic or otherwise—to the product.

Price

Piping Rock Holy Basil sells for $3.57, which is cheap enough to raise concerns about the quality of the product formulation or the base ingredients.

Guarantee

At the time of writing this review, no assurance of quality or satisfaction was provided by the manufacturer. This is unfortunate and disappointing, since many similar products carry such guarantees in an effort to provide consumers confidence when trying an unfamiliar product.

Conclusion

The market is inundated with health supplements, making it hard to choose one. To complicate things further, many products are not effective and may carry harmful side effects. This is especially true of many other Holy basil health supplements, which do not contain appropriate portions of ursolic acid or may not recommend correct dosage.

Unfortunately, this product does not have any sort of guarantee.

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